tweener


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tween·er

 (twē′nər)
n.
See tween.

tweener

(ˈtwiːnə)
n
informal something that falls in between two categories
[C20: from (be)tween + -er1]
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If true, Fitzpatrick would be one of the rarest commodities in football -- a tweener with an actual fit.
And Wozniacki, 27, even made a tweener - a between the legs shot - for the first time in a match.
But at the moment, this push into VR also reflects the platform's difficult current tweener stage - users generally are familiar with and don't need to be educated about VR or augmented reality, but what can companies do to make it viable and not just be a novelty?
Murray coped very well with everything Bublik threw at him, including plenty of drop shots, huge second serves, a tweener and a diving volley.
Bublik, a Russian-turned-Kazakh, is renowned for his trick shots and threw in plenty of drop shots as well as one tweener and a diving volley.
The tweener program is critical to hospitals in Grinnell, Carroll, Newton and Spirit Lake and the patients they serve.
Blurring the line between car and a motorbike, this waggish tweener is the latest from the ATV Czar Polaris.
The 6-foot-7, 240-pound tweener doesn't handle the ball or shoot well enough (28.
First, he addresses the pervasive problem of the quality of the existing client firms in many of today's boomer-owned firms: "One factor limiting the number of transactions is that many tweener firms--the most obvious acquisition candidates for evolving businesses--have unattractive client bases due to either or both concentration risk (the revenue of many tweeners is dominated by a handful of client relationships) or demographics (many tweener client bases tend to be quite old).
While it acts as a phone, it looks more like a tweener product in between a smartphone and tablet, calling some to label it a 'phablet.
First--typical--she rolled her eyes and gave off that tweener grunt of disgust aimed at all clueless parents.
The tweener line recognizes the unique needs for children in this group.